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Published June 1, 2004

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Construction crews place pipe before machine bores shaft under railroad tracks


Construction workers place a piece of pipe in line so a boring machine can drive its bit through the ground at a site in Carbonville. The water line shaft is being installed under the Union Pacific tracks so that there will be three lines feeding the...

Flower blossoms blazing with vivid colors in Castle Valley


Coppertone roses adorn a yard in East Carbon. The flowers were planted in Mary Equinto's driveway 40 years ago and bright yellow and orange flowers burst into bloom annually. Mother Nature's paint brush also dots the hills and deserts surrounding Cas...

County reviews road, right-of-way matters


The issue of roads and rights-of-way came up during the May 15 meeting of the Carbon County Commission, with the Nine Mile Canyon and Spring Canyon areas leading the way.

Price clarifies city employee education issue


Price officials have clarified a discussion that had taken place at a previous council meeting, a topic which had created a stir among some Carbon County residents and city employees....

Reward offered for information in Buckhorn vandalism incident


A $500 joint reward from the Emery County Historical Society and the United States Bureau of Land Management is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the individual or individuals responsible for the recent vandalism a...

Unemployment rates, bankruptcy protection filings declining in Utah


Utah's declining unemployment rates and bankruptcy filings appear to indicate an improving economy statewide.

Researcher comes to Price in search of tracks


Reece Barrick shows one of the many dinosaur tracks that the CEU Prehistoric Museum has collected to Gerard Gierlinski, a Polish researcher. Gierlinski said that track fossils have not been as well recorded as bone fossils and are a kind of forgott...

Rare archaeological site discovered in Book Cliffs


A rare type of archaeological site has been located in a remote area of the Book Cliffs in eastern Carbon County.

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